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Ak Gumus Tribal Arts

Yesil Direckli Sokak No. 4, Kapalicarsi, Istanbul, Turkey
+90 532 372 19 11
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Friendly service

We went upon a friend's recommendation. Weren't disappointed. Some good quality leather shoes... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2016
Janine C
via mobile
Tea amongst antiques reassures

You would never guess what you could find here. Unique small shop with antique pottery and... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2015
Vaida D
via mobile
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6 Sep 2016
“Friendly service”
21 May 2015
“Tea amongst antiques reassures ”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Yesil Direckli Sokak No. 4, Kapalicarsi, Istanbul, Turkey
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+90 532 372 19 11
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Reviewed 6 September 2016 via mobile

We went upon a friend's recommendation. Weren't disappointed. Some good quality leather shoes (traditional Palace style). Good service

Thank Janine C
Reviewed 21 May 2015 via mobile

You would never guess what you could find here. Unique small shop with antique pottery and jewellery from surrounding areas. Mohammed was very keen to explain the origins of his goods and offered us the traditional tea. We had such a lovely time, we staid...More

Thank Vaida D
Reviewed 27 March 2015

Be careful - lovely local crafts and UNICEF gifts but may be a scam happening. I chose my crafts and then paid with a credit card - was told the card was declined and was asked to pay in cash - I did. I had...More

Thank Vicparadise
Reviewed 22 July 2014

This is a shop run by a Central Asian family, which sells a variety of new goods from Uzbekistan, Turkestan, etc. They have a particularly good taste in Khyrghiz felt figures, and are a modest presence in the market and well worth seeking out.

Thank NicJBoston
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